Analyzing the threats and opportunities shaping global security.
Since the end of the Cold War the definition of international security has expanded to include more issues and actors. Effectively confronting the threats of the 21st century requires careful engagement with this extended constituency and a new kind of integrated strategic thinking.
Studying International Security
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An initiative of the Sasakawa Peace Foundation and CSIS to develop a strategic vision for the U.S.-Japan alliance.
A constant source of reliable analysis on the threats and opportunities shaping U.S. security interests at home and abroad. Affiliated programs include: the National Security Program on Industry and Resources, U.S. Defense and National Security, Program on Crisis, Conflict, and Cooperation (C3), Project on Nuclear Issues, Proliferation Prevention Program, Homeland Security and Counterterrorism, and others.
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CommentaryThe FY2015 US Defense Budget, the New Quadrennial Defense Review and the U.S. Commitment to the Middle East and AsiaMar 6, 2014
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In the News
ReutersBy Peter Apps and Jim FinkleMar 7, 2014
The Christian Science MonitorBy Peter FordMar 7, 2014